Cveto was a verry professional and good gide. We had a really hard tour lasting 13 hours, but it was worth it.
Standing allone with your gide on top of fuji san and overlooking the entire tokyo bay is a breathtaking expirience one will never forget.
As one of the world’s most famous 7000ers, Lenin Peak poses an interesting dare for any mountaineer. At 7,134 metres (23,406 ft) it is an ambitious climb and although at this altitude range it certainly shouldn’t be underestimated, its moderate technical difficulty makes it a popular spot for adventurers who want to muster the courage to … Continue reading “Lenin Peak Climb: Facts & Information. Routes, Climate, Difficulty, Equipment, Preparation, Cost”
With the 2018 Japanese winter season already in full swing, the number of foreigners visiting the country to get a taste of its world-famous powder snow is set to rise yet one more time this year. Dry and extremely light powder has made Japanese ski resorts and backcountry a “must-visit” destination for freeride skiers and … Continue reading “Powder Skiing in Japan: What are the Best Spots?”
Known as Matterhorn in Switzerland, Monte Cervino in Italy, and Mont Cervin in France, this is certainly the most iconic peak in the entire Alps. Often referred to as “the Mountain of Mountains”, this large almost-symmetrical pyramidal peak is every mountaineer’s dream. Standing at 4,478 meters (14,692ft), Matterhorn is the fifth highest peak in the Alps. … Continue reading “Matterhorn Climb: Facts & Information. Routes, Climate, Difficulty, Equipment, Preparation, Cost”